'Enjoy cocaine' baby clothes removed from Amazon after public backlash

Bibs, T-shirts and rompers were being sold by an independent retailer on Amazon.
Bibs, T-shirts and rompers were being sold by an independent retailer on Amazon. Photo credit: Facebook

Children's clothes adorned with the words 'enjoy cocaine' have been removed from Amazon after customer backlash. 

Bibs, T-shirts and rompers were being sold by an independent retailer, believed to be based in Estonia, The Daily Mail reports. 

The offensive garments imitates the iconic 'Enjoy Coke' logo used by Coca-Cola, using the same colour and font. 

The solid white curve under the text had been replaced with a white 'powder' version, which left shoppers outraged. 

One customer Stefanie Smith posted a screenshot of the design on the retail giant's Facebook page saying "Admittedly, yes I was looking for a Libertines T-shirt but what the actual hell is this? WTF."

The costumes, described as 'Chinese boy fancy dress costume' and priced between £21.86 and £22.02, (NZD $42.55 and $42.80) were being sold on Amazon by label Atosa and Fyasa.

An Amazon spokesman said: "All Marketplace sellers must follow our selling guidelines and those who don't will be subject to action including potential removal of their account. The products in question are no longer available."

The retailer withdrew the products following the backlash. 

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